Trump’s depression

Donald Trump recently predicted that the U.S. economy is headed for a depression and that he hopes it happens within the next year so that he isn’t blamed when he becomes president. Trump said he doesn’t want to be Herbert Hoover. So, instead, he said he hopes a depression happens this year.

That’s Donald Trump. Hoping for a depression. As long as IT HELPS HIM! Let that sink in.

In fact, the recession that many economists predicted would happen in 2023 — well, it didn’t happen. And the U.S. economy is running strong, adding 353,000 jobs in January, continuing Biden’s strong economic record.

In fact, the U.S. economy grew last year faster than any other country in the G-7. 

There were 6.6 million jobs created during the Trump administration before the pandemic hit. Compared to the 14.8 million on Joe Biden’s watch. So far.

This is a record that Americans need to know about — that’s in part why I’m sharing it with you now. While confidence in Biden’s handling of the economy has begun to grow, it is still under water. And we need to get the message out. 

I’m doing my part through my podcast and when I go on TV to talk politics. I leave it to you on how best you can get this information out there. And while you’re at it, please donate to MVP.

We are already supporting candidates who will spread the word — not to mention support measures that continue to grow the economy the right way (not the tax cuts for the rich, trickle-down economics hoax way).

I hope you can help.


P.S. We will once again be partnering with ground-game operations that will be ON THE DOORS telling working folks about the Biden economic record. They’re gonna need your dollars.

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